The arrest of Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe, who was incarcerated in Prague in the Czech Republic and charged with manslaughter stemming back to a 2010 incident where a fan named Daniel N. died from injuries he sustained after having some sort of altercation with Blythe, the details of which are not abundantly clear, has far-reaching effects already. It has musicians like Anthrax‘s Scott Ian and Testament‘s Alex Skolnick worrying about the implications of touring Europe.
Green Day‘s ‘ ¡Uno!’ ‘¡Dos!’ ‘¡Tre!’ album trilogy is launching in September, continuing with the second album in November and wrapping in January of next year. The California band will set the table for this ambitious and much anticipated undertaking with the first single, called ‘Oh Love.’
Tony Iommi‘s lymphoma diagnosis may have stopped the reunited (and Bill Ward-less) Black Sabbath from touring for now, but it has not interfered with their creative output or their songwriting process. In a recent video chat with the NME.com, frontman Ozzy Osbourne revealed that the band has penned 15 new songs and even offered a tiny hint at the new album title.
Calling all gamers. On May 22 –that’s next Tuesday- the Iron Maiden six song pack dubbed ‘Maiden Epics’ will land at the ‘Rock Band‘ music store. ‘Maiden Epics’ is culled from some of the British band’s most powerful and beloved albums, hence the name. The tracks are rooted in the ’80s, which was Maiden’s prime decade of dominance and ties in with the songs that will feature prominently on the band’s upcoming summer trek.
Is Walmart doing the devil’s bidding? Relax, we’re not talking about its associates policy or pricing strategies. A Forth Worth, Texas customer took her car in for an oil change at the retailer – is there nothing Walmart can’t do or sell, which would make it omnipotent and godlike?- and emerged with Satanic symbols on the undercarriage.
Just when you thought the summer of 2012 couldn’t get any hotter in terms of metal tours that will blaze through venues during the scorching months, the temperature just skyrocketed several notches. News that Lamb of God and Dethklok from Adult Swim’s ‘Metalocalypse are co-headlining a North American tour has leaked via multiple sources.
Charlie Sheen stars in a commercial for Dutch beer Bavaria, where he pokes fun at his own drinking problem and rehab. No, there’s no declarations of “Winning!” or references to tiger’s blood and Adonis DNA.
It was a Mike-heavy episode of ‘That Metal Show’ last night (May 5), with Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready and German guitar god Michael Schenker of UFO fame making their debuts on the metal gab fest.
Slash really does his best to help foster the talent of tomorrow and give aspiring musicians a fighting chance in the uphill battle known as the music industry. The guitarist has partnered with Guitar Center to offer 20 unsigned bands the opportunity of a lifetime: the chance to open for him on an upcoming tour.
After much teasing, fanfare and anticipation, Bullet for My Valentine frontman Matt Tuck has finally revealed both the name and first song from his “metal as f—” side project. It’s called AxeWound and it features Cancer Bats’ Liam Cormier on vocals, Mike Kingswood of Glamour of the Kill on guitars, Joe Copcutt of Rise to Remain on bass and Jason Bowld, formerly of Pitchshifter, on drums.
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